Yes, back in the days when drivers were gentleman and racing was
romantic, a leading team had two dashing drivers who ran at the front,
one nicknamed "Piglet" and the other "Booger".
Of course, these nicknames sound more *** in the native Spanish of
our two heroes.
Who were they?
From 1974 through 1976, Carlos "Lole" Reutemann and Carlos "Moco" Pace
drove for Brabham. Lole won four races for Brabham and Moco one.
Lole is a contraction of "lo lechon", or "the (milk-fed) piglet".
Moco is short for "mocos" -- "mucus" or more colloquially, "booger".
Yes, those were the days.
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